You don’t need a fancy TV to see the NBA playoffs, but if you do want to see some of the best games, here’s how to watch them on the big screen.
The NBA Finals are the most watched sport in the United States and they’ll begin Sunday night in Los Angeles.
But how can you watch the best of the action?
Here are the best ways to watch:Thursday, April 15The NBA’s Western Conference is split into four teams.
The Cavaliers, Warriors, Spurs and Thunder are tied for first place, while the Lakers and Nets are tied.
The Thunder are currently on a two-game winning streak.
The Warriors have been the most dominant team in the NBA over the past month, winning the title, but they’re a long way from the title they’d like.
If the Warriors win the NBA title, it would mean the end of a remarkable run for the Warriors, who have won the NBA championship four straight times.
The Spurs, meanwhile, are still in the midst of a five-game losing streak.
The Clippers and Warriors have gone 3-2 in the series.
The Clippers are on a five game winning streak, but the Warriors have swept them in five of the past six games.
The Warriors are 5-1 in games decided by five points or less.
The Thunder have won five of their past six, but it hasn’t been enough to secure their first NBA championship since 2006.
The streak is now four games, including a 3-1 loss to the Clippers on Wednesday.
The Lakers are currently the only team left standing in the Western Conference standings, with the Thunder sitting in second place.
Los Angeles will host the Warriors in Game 3 on Sunday, but there is no guarantee the Lakers will win the series or even make the playoffs.
The Nets are coming off a 3.5-game win streak, which included a win over the Thunder on Wednesday, but have lost four straight to the Thunder.
The Nets are 3-3 in games won in which they lose, and have lost five of those.
The Knicks are currently tied for the eighth seed in the East, and they’re coming off their best regular season since 2002.
New York is 5-2 this season, but has lost four of its past five.
The Knicks are 3.4-point favorites against the Spurs in Game 1, but that could change depending on how the Thunder respond.
The Heat are currently 2-3 and looking for their first playoff appearance since the 2004-05 season.
Miami is coming off an 8-5 season, and has lost six of its last seven.
The Raptors are now 1-4 in their last six, including their latest loss to Indiana.
Toronto has won three of its four losses, but is still 3.9-point underdogs in Game 2.
The Celtics are currently 6-4 and the defending NBA champions, but will be without Isaiah Thomas.
Boston has lost three of four and is currently 3.1-point overdogs in its last six.
The Rockets are currently 1-3, and the Rockets are without their leading scorer.
Houston is 3-4 overall, but won two of three against the Heat.
The Kings are currently 4-2, but are coming out of a two game losing streak and looking to make a postseason run.
The Kings have won two games this season.
The Lakers are 4-3 overall, and won two.
The Wizards are currently 5-3.
Washington is 1.5 points behind the Bulls for the second seed in this postseason, but beat the Bulls on Wednesday night to improve to 3-5.
The Bulls have won three games in a row.
The Grizzlies are currently 7-2 overall, 3-0 in the West, and 4-1 against teams in the Eastern Conference.
Memphis is 2-4 against teams from outside the conference.
The Pelicans are currently 8-3 with a win streak that includes three consecutive victories.
The Pelicans have won four of their last five, and are 4.8-point behind the Spurs for the seventh seed in a playoff race.
The Bulls are currently 12-2 when Derrick Rose scores at least 15 points, but 5-0 when he scores fewer than 12.
The Wolves are currently 11-2 with a 12-point lead, and 5.3-point advantage.
The Celtics are 8-2 at home, but only 0.9 points behind them for the ninth seed in.
The Pacers are currently 3-7 when Paul George scores at or over 20 points, including one of his two career triple-doubles.
The Pacers are 1.6 points behind Indiana for the 11th seed in next season’s playoffs.